Originally written on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 11/18/14
It seems like Lebron James still has some hardcore support in Cleveland. In case you missed it, a 20-year-old fan stormed the court during the game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat on Wednesday night, while wearing a shirt that said “We Miss You” on the front and on the back “2014 Come Back.”   The fan, who has been identified as James Blair, is obsessed with the reigning MVP according to Bleacher Report.  It was discovered that he premeditated the whole thing as the following tweets will confirm: @itscopeland they got 5 cops at end of my row but we will see lol — James Blair ▲ (@jamesblair06) March 20, 2013 When I say ima do something I do it, I don’t give a damn what you think I’m doing this for me! -em — James Blair ▲ (@jamesblair06) March 20, 2013   Blair, also possesses an inordinate amount of James’ memorabilia, including about 35 Lebron James jerseys, 10 pairs of shoes, a couple fatheads, and “rare high school yearbooks.” Check the photos that were posted on LebronJames.com last year.   James, who will take in support he can garner in Cleveland, followed Blair on Twitter after calling him a “brave guy.” “@jamesblair06: @kingjames appreciate you showing love when I came on floor last night follow back homie!!!! #TeamLeBron“(Yesir! Brave guy) — LeBron James (@KingJames) March 22, 2013 I don’t know how I feel about James rewarding this kid’s reckless behavior. The NBA is going to have to tighten up security now because the copy cats will be plotting.  
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